"Holloway & Steele, Steal the Show at Everyone Shred’s Orchestra at Gypsy Sally's Washington, D.C. November 21, 2015" Gypsy Sally’s was the fourth and final stop of this edition of Everyone Orchestra, a rotating cast of typically jam-band musicians crafting full-length shows that are entirely improvised and led by conductor Matt Butler. With the iconic Steve Kimock on guitar, son and drummer John Kimock (Mike Gordon Band), Chris Jacobs on guitar and vocals (The Bridge), keyboardist Todd Stoops (RAQ), and Ashish Vyas on bass (Thievery Corporation). Surprisingly, perhaps the top honors for shredding may have gone to local favorites and openers, Covered With Jam with Dan Steele on guitar and Holloway on sax trading licks and simply burning the house down. I was left pondering the question, “Why haven’t I been to more Covered With Jam shows? I’ll be sure not to miss them on future dates and you shouldn’t either.
“The State Theatre Presents Covered With Jam, Ron Holloway, Sol Roots And More On July 5th On Saturday July 5th, The State Theatre presents Jamband Night 4, featuring some of the best in regional and local music, including the bands Covered with Jam, Ron Holloway, Sol Roots Trio, Colin Thompson Band, and Stomp Status. Covered With Jam is an all-star Washington DC jamband collective known for their legendary shows with crazy covers, fantastic grooves and epic jams. Covered with Jam is led by guitarist Dan Steele and is a music collective with some of the the top Funk / Jazz / Jam / Blues / Improv musicians in the Washington DC area. Covered With Jam performs unique versions of their favorite tunes and covers them with the tasty jams.”
“Vienna VA’s Jammin Java will host a night of ‘late night jams” this evening, March 2. The night will kick off with a 90-minute set by Furthur guitarist John Kadlecik and Djesben, a trio of multi-instrumentalists with roots in traditional jazz, bebop, bossa nova and world music. Warren Haynes Band saxophonist Ron Holloway will then close the show as part of the local music collective Covered with Jam. The ensemble will bring together a number of Washington, DC and Virginia-based musicians with ties to the funk, jazz, jam, rock and blues scenes.”
"The band wasted no time getting the place shaking with a blistering versions of "Black Hearted Woman" and a dance/funk version of the Stone's "Miss You". This was my first time seeing CWJ and I was very impressed with the bands musical talents and energy. This was none more obvious than the band's cover of Traffic's immortal song "Low Spark of High Heel Boys" with its deep jazz-rock grooves. Not to be outdone, the band's cover of Phish's "Maze" jammed on with a jazz/funk motif that any Phish fan would no doubt approve"
“Over the past year Ron Holloway has guested with a number of developing acts associated with the Virginia-based promoter Jamily Productions. The saxophone player, who has appeared with Gov’t Mule and the Allman brothers Band on multiple occasions with once again appear with younger players this weekend. On Saturday night he will participate in the 2011 Jamily Reunion in Falls Church, VA. Holloway will share the bill (and the stage) with AQUATiCA, Grizzly and Covered with Jam, three groups he has appeared with in 2010.”
“Saxophone player Ron Holloway has gained some notoriety while sitting with with Gov’t Mule and the Allman brothers Band over the years. Over the coming weeks, he will join three developing acts. Emerging promoter Jamily Productions has enlisted Holloway for three Saturday nights in Virginia. This Saturday the 28th he will appear with Grizzly at Ragtime in Arlington, VA. Then on Saturday September 4th he will join Covered with Jam at Dogwood Tavern in Falls Church, VA. Finally on Saturday the 18th Holloway will guest with AQUATiCA back at Ragtime in Arlington.”